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Celebrating 150 Years of Service to our Phoenixville Community

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No Caption Early Morning Trash Truck Fire and Leak on Bridge Street

WatchDesk, May 21

At 7:50 AM, our Deputy Chief was behind a trash truck when there was an equipment failure on the truck resulting in a large amount of smoke. The truck pulled over and it was found the truck was on fire and there was a large volume of hydraulic fluid leaking. Deputy 65 contacted county communications to alert our department of this incident.

Engine 65, Utility 65-2, and Fire Police responded to the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Morning Fire at Happy Wash Day

WatchDesk, May 17

At 10:55 AM, our department was alerted for a clothes dryer on fire at the Happy Wash Day Laundromat on Bridge Street.

Chief and Engine 65 responded to the incident. Firefighters arrived to find smoke in the building with contents smoldering inside one of the dryers. The contents were removed from the dryer and a pressurized water fire extinguisher was used to fully douse the contents. A fan was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Drivers Complete Aerial Apparatus Training Course

PIO, May 11

Several of our drivers recently completed an Aerial Apparatus Practices Extended course. This course teaches current and future drivers the basic design and operational theory of aerial devices. They were also instructed on safety considerations, spotting and stabilizing, operation of the ladder and elevated master streams, and use of the ladder for rescue.

This course is part of a broader training ... (Full Story & Photos)

Thank You for Attending our Open House & Picnic

PIO, May 04

Thank you to everyone who attended our First Responders Community Picnic & Open House on Saturday. The weather certainly didn't cooperate, but we hope you still had an enjoyable experience. We appreciate you celebrating our anniversaries with us. Special thanks to Phoenixville Police and TowerDirect EMS for helping us host this event.

We are not yet done celebrating our 150th Anniversary! Please ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Rapid Intervention Assist on a 2-Alarm House Fire in Easttown

WatchDesk, May 01

At 6:08 PM, our department was alerted to assist Berwyn Fire Company as the Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) at a house fire on Leopard Road in Easttown Township.

A crew responded with Rescue 65. Upon arrival, our crew completed a 360° assessment of the house and assembled as the RIT team. After the fire was knocked down, our crew assisted with overhaul and handling hot spots on the first and second ... (Full Story & Photos)

Drivers Complete Emergency Vehicle Operator Training Course

PIO, April 27

Several of our firefighters completed the final day of an Emergency Vehicle Operator Training Course conducted by Chester County Department of Emergency Services. This course equips drivers with a broad range of competencies associated with emergency vehicle driving, such as basic understanding of emergency vehicle operations as well as skills necessary for practical and safe application of driving ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Vehicle Crash with Confinement Downtown

WatchDesk, April 16

At 1:12 PM, our department was alerted for a vehicle crash on Bridge Street (Route 113) at Taylor Alley. The caller reported two vehicles were involved and that one person was bleeding from their arm.

Chief, Engine, Rescue and MICU 65 responded to the incident. Chief 65 arrived to find a two-vehicle crash with one driver confined in their vehicle. Firefighters used rescue tools to force open the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Electrical Fire in Caribou Village

WatchDesk, April 06

At 4:48 PM, our department and first-alarm mutual aid companies were alerted for a possible house fire on S. Phoenix Drive in Caribou Village. A neighbor reported that a light fixture on the exterior of the garage was on fire and spreading to mulch in the landscaping below.

Engine, Ladder, Utility 65-1 and MICU 65-1 responded to the incident. Crews arrived on location to find a neighbor had used ... (Full Story & Photos)

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